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az Tue Feb  8 10:59:30 2005

There have been some changes to the display defaults for messages,
ie. deleted ones and the current message.
If you prefer the old setup over the new,
just add the following to your ~/.exmh/exmh-defaults:

	*sequence_deleted: -background #c3c3c3
	*sequence_cur: -foreground {violet red} -background white

Look at /usr/lib/exmh/app-defaults* for other settings you might want
to play with.

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az Fri Sep  3 16:30:52 2004

Addon-material from the upstream misc/ directory has been put
in /usr/share/doc/exmh/misc.

The html help files are all in /usr/share/doc/exmh/html, and 
the new /etc/exmh.conf reflects this.

If you see "/etc/exmh.conf is OLD" in your version display, then
your /etc/exmh.conf file is an old one which does not include 
an assignment to exmh(version). Without this variable exmh doesn't start
at all, so I chose the reminder to make upgrading more fail-safe.

Anders and I are now co-maintaining exmh.

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To use the exmh threader add these lines to your .exmh_defaults file:

*Fops.ubuttonlist:      thread
*Fops.thread.text:      Thread
*Fops.thread.command:   busy Thread_DisplayAll

You may want to adjust the last line a bit, if you use a different scan mh
format: 

* Fops.thread.command: busy Thread_DisplayAll 37 +->

This tells exmh to use +-> as delimiter and to apply that at column 37 
of the  scan output.